Phase Three Of Weah For Clean

-CRS To Partner With MCC Carryout
-Major Koijee Call on Residents To Help in the Process
By Robert Dixon
The Catholic Relief Services(CRS) is expected to partner with the Monrovia City Corporation(MCC) to carry out phase three of Weah for Clean City Campaign on Saturday May 5, 2018 In Monrovia.
Speaking at a News Conference held at the Monrovia City Hall Friday in Monrovia, Monrovia City Major Jeff Koijee call on all residents of Monrovia and its surroundings to come up in the numbers to help the MCC keep the City of Monrovia and its envious clean.He disclosed that for the first time Catholic Relief Services(CRS) will join the MCC to carry out the cleaning-up campaign which he noted will begin from Saye Town in Sinkor to the Muslim Cemetery in Gaye Town on the Old Road in Monrovia from 7:00 pm to 4:00 pm..
CRS is a faith based humanitarian organization operating in Liberia which in the post-Ebola environment CRS continues to support health facilities at the community level to strengthen local systems and structures.
CRS strives to improve the quality of life of communities through promoting peace, social justice, gender inclusion, solidarity and compassion.
Their programs are tailored to the needs of local communities and implemented in partnership with various local and international organizations.
During the Ebola virus outbreak CRS provided faith-based health facilities with protective upgrades and life-saving equipment, in addition to distributing infection control materials to schools and parishes.
For his part, Mr. Bill Rastetter, Country Representative of CRS in Liberia said that the CRS was pleased to partner with the MCC in their effort to carryout robust cleaning up campaign tomorrow in Monrovia.
He also said that the CRS will delegate a toilets build by them in the Township of WestPoint early tomorrow morning before joining the MCC in their cleaning campaign.
Mr. Rastetter used the occasion to praised Monrovia City Major Jeff Koijee for his hard work and promised to always partner with MCC cleaning up the city.

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